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increased security at this school. i don't know about you guys, brian and steve, my kid's schools have been sending a lot of e-mails. we also live in connecticut about what is the new plan of action now. how do we move forward? we'll have armed security guards outside of the school for two weeks. how long does that last. do we have the funding or does it make sense culturally to do that moving forward. there is it a lot of calls from former education bill bennett. teachers should be armed in the schools. what is the answer here. what have we come to? i am not sure any of us will >> peter: the president of the united states said thippings have got to change. we are not doing enough to protect our children. if anything good comes out of what happened in sandy hook, it will not just be a dialogue about gun control. there is a lot of gun laws on the books and they are uneven. >> brian: and not enforced. mr. #1: and not just the guns, but a larger discussion of how to stop glorifying violence in video games and television shows and movies as well. i got a feeling we are at a tipping point. >> br
's take a look at what we have. this is 80 westbound. you can see it's raining out there. steve and i will be busy. we'll be the traffic and weather brothers today. let's take a look at the commute now -- no we'll be the rain brothers is what i meant to say. westbound bay bridge. that traffic is moving along pretty well. no major problems. also this morning on north and southbound 280 here in san jose it's wet but traffic is light. we're always the traffic and weather brothers. let's go to steve. >>> thank you my brother. >> you're welcome. >> good morning, everybody. i'm telling you it's going to be a busy week. there is a lot going on here. it will go from a very mild if tern today. windy windy. some of this is really light rain. i mean, it doesn't even show up on radar. the key though is tomorrow brutally cold air. the coldest we have seen in awhile. it's going right out of the gulf of alaska. cloudy, windy, light rain. especially tuesday night into wednesday morning. then it looks like things set up shop from thursday all the way into the weekend for cold rain. light rain this mor
to check in with steve. rain coming in. how long will we see this? >> through the morning here. but then it will get really cold. tomorrow. not today. today is warm. mild to warm compared to last week. light rain continues. just kind of what we call coming in west to east and it's very mild warm sector. look for morning rain. snow up on the mountains and today's highs very mild. 50s and 60s. here is sal. >>> northbound 280 traffic looks good. as steve mentioned it will be wet for the morning commute. traffic is okay so far in the south bay. also looking at the commute here on oil westbound, you can -- on 80 westbound, you can see traffic is light but it is wet. let's go back to the desk. >>> on sunday more than 2,000 people came together for memorial service to remember the 26 lives cut short after the deadly school shooting in connecticut. >> we offer you our tears and our pain, our anger and our sorrow. >> president obama traveled to newtown where he met with the families with the victims and spoke at the service. he read the names of the 20 children who were killed. and he s
's monday, december 17th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. let's check in with steve. we'll have a lot of rain. >> between we will have pretty cold air. colder than last weekend. you told me you were cold last week. you will be really cold tuesday night into wednesday. there is pretty steady rain out there. nothing too heavy. it will be with us through the morning hours and giving away a partly cloudy mild breezy day. 50s and 60s more on that cold air in five minutes. >>> san francisco traffic looking pretty good approaching the 80 split. wet weather will make for a tricky commute on a monday. moving along and taking a look at the commute here on the toll plaza, metering lights on early. there is a delay past 880. now let's go back to the desk. >>> in developing news we begin with a scary story. a family was tied up and robbed in a home invasion in san francisco. it happened at 2:00 this morning in the sunset district a few blocks from the zoo. police tell us here that three masked men entered a home, tied people up, robbed them and ran off. fortunately we hear the victim
, many of them in to city hall to meet with mayor bloomberg. one is steve barton who was in the theater in aurora more a gunman killed so many people and his view is parallel to what you hear from law enforcement experts who are trained to use firearms who say there is no way in a confused situation on the street, in a theater, in a school that more firearms in the hands of more people makes you any safer, particularly because they're far less likely to be well-trained in their use than the police. >> goldie, you have handled serious firearms in your former life as a marine. is there any possible justification for a citizen to have access to semiautomatic weapons like a bushmaster and a magazine that can hold 30 rounds? what possible sporting justification is there for that? >> there is none. if you are deer hunting, you get one shot before the deer is gone. i don't know that, you know, an m-16 or an ar-15 is a weapon that ought to be available for any civilian. these guns are manufactured primarily for military use. they are not for hunting animals. they are for hunting people, and tha
. there are too many issues at that lake. that steve ritchie can't deal with. i am not interested any more in the mou. i am not interested in the $2 million i helped get for the bond. i am not interested in the watershed report. i am not interested in site planning. but i will stay involved in trying to keep the lake level up and the water quality better. we are now at 22-24 feet versus 10-12 feet heading towards a mud flat. let's keep working on it. >> mr. collin. >> good evening, i am tim colin. i am going on 13 years of volunteerism at lake merced. and the good news is that puc staff deserves enormous credit for the improved water quality. and the levels sustained. that's the good news for lake merced. as far as the future as how it's managed as a resource. i am confused. and i am not sure what to say. it was my understanding that supervisor elsbernd asked that an mou be negotiated between this agency and rec and park, and that was five years ago. in 2007. i am mystified what would prevent two agencies from implementing a simple mou of who has management over lake merced. i don't know h
of all i want to thank steve ritchie, i know how full your plate is. and i know how long you have been working on this, and how complicated it is in some ways. and in some ways not that complicated. but i know how much effort you put in. and i want to thank but for the lake merced task force, but for all of you coming and keeping us on point on this. and reminding us the history and value of this important asset of the puc's. and i am also discouraged that no one from rec and park is here. because i feel like they should be. it's an important conversation and we are trying to get a common understanding if not relationship going with regards to this site. to keep on a big-picture view. there are several assets that the puc, parks and real estate that the puc owns that rec and park manages. and i don't know if we have, maybe this is a conversation for a later time. mous for each individual parcel. or an overarching mou, that we are the owners and you are the managers, and you do recreation and we don't. but i think it's something that we should consider if we don't have individuals or an
on the left and steve grinch on the right and they responded to a call about a newborn baby in distress early wednesday morning in the air of third and mckinen. they found the infant outside wrapped up in a blanket. he was in the arms of a man believed to be a relative of the mother. the infant's face was blue and the baby was not breathing when fers got there and they knew it would take at least 15 minutes for an ambulance to arrive so the two officers decided to race to fs general themselves, and officer grinch performed infant cpr on the newborn lying on his lap in the car. >> abject panic. you find a child who is not breathing and clearly, it was a newborn, and it was obvious it was a newborn. >> i was driving out of my peripheral, i could see him doing the cpr and i could hear him crying, and talking to the baby. just telling the baby to come back and breathe. so you know, that is something i will never forget. >> reporter: now, doctors at san francisco general told police the baby boy is in stable condition. although he is still in the hospital. he is expected to be okay. the mother of
:09. let's go to steve. >>> well, rain moving through. the front is going true right -- through right now. now we have fog. it's kind of a light rain, steady rain. even picking up. this is gonna be a very, very active week. today is kind of a mild, rainy day and then we get the cold weather and cold air. thursday, all the way into christmas eve looks very wet. not as wet as what we had two, three weeks ago. but sunday could be moderate to heavy rain. we'll have to keep an eye on things. some of the 24-hour rainfall totals. willits and mendocino county, 1 point 25. 1.25. the key, though, is cloudy, windy with light rain or steady rain in the morning. sun and clouds, i think wile get a break. the system comes by. breezy, mild. but getting cooler because the cold air comes in tomorrow. i mean, it will get really cold tuesday night into wednesday. snow kind of a mix. it's 36 at truckee. 36 at the keys. 36 around sought lake tahoe. there is a rain/snow mix. higher elevations it is and the rain continues here. this front is moving through. you can see some rain in martinez, benicia, crockett, t
and you know what yo have and then you can treat the with what you learned in the first half with steve and the goal of triage happens to be th motto of nert "do the most good for the most people" and if there is an earthquake right no and ceiling collapsed and 40 people in here, and if i'm the one rescuer coming to you and the first person is not breathing and no pulse, would you want me to stop and do cpr for this person before i reache you and what if there are 500 people behind that and do cpr and i just have to open an air way and all patients fall unde under -- and i'm going to use colors and green, walking wounded and anybody that walks. d for delayed or yellow meaning you're hurt but you're not hurt enough. you're not hurt but that no not that bad an. and d is dead. and dead is the easiest one to determine. and how do we determine whether someone is dead? they're not breathing, right an steve said that several times and how do we know someone is not breathing? we look, listen, and feel and open the air way and we look to see if the chest is rising and listen to feel air and how
of search people we have loss in the last month, those include francis alwrote oh,-steve chu who died in his early 50 exps a port employee and john kellogg who lived well into retirement and both walter new man and steve injury regarddo of the by deans family who also passed away last week and so if i may asked those two to our adjournment i'll like to add those to our report and that concludes my report. >> is there any other public comment? >>> item seven b informational update on jefferson street. >> ladies and gentlemen i would like to introduce john thomas the department of public words works the department public works and has taken this on together with a number of port staff that will be supporting him so if you would like to. >> good afternoon commissioners director moyer and as al, leaves i would acknowledge that i worked with him before and it's a coincidence we had worked together judge and for me to be here and so i'm here to provide with you a brief update on the jefferson project and judge snow the project extends from jounce street to hide along jefferson and includes
for this, and outside, lining up outside and getting ready for the service inside, steve, your thoughts about, you know, dealing with this and is also that, i know you see senator joe lieberman in line and obviously, he was out here on fox news sunday talking about dealing with this and also, as you mentioned, something we talked about, hollywood, video games and other aspects to what nina talks about, the broad, perhaps, commission approach to a bigger problem. >> yeah, i think if you -- if you -- you know, basically there's going to be this broad national discussion, i hope it's broader rather than more narrow, but what struck me from the words from robbie parker yesterday as he remembered his daughter who died in the shooting was that he took the time to remember and think about the family of the shooter, which i just found, you know, as a of a seven-year-old, five-year-old and a two-year-old, to see him take that time in that moment as he's taking and remembering his own daughter and remember the family of the shooter and say, i'm not mad, i forgive them, i'm thinking about them at
this is a time for change and we do think president obama is going to lead us in the right direction. >> steve, the nature of this debate, i think, needs to be crystallized and clarified. too many people on each sides take positions and put words in the mouth of their opponents. you the reality is this, nobody is suggesting a ban on all guns in america. the second amendment is absolutely part of american culture and people believe in it. however, there are limitations. the amendment talks about a well-regulated ed militia. people are calling out for taking some of these weapons away from people with potential mental issues. to me, the question for you is this, the last three mass shootings in the last four months in america, aurora, oregon in the shopping mall and now here in newtown have involved young people using the same weapon, ar-15 semi-automatic rifle with high-capacity magazines. in aurora, over 100 in his magazine, which he could fire off, and here we saw up to 30, but a lot of magazines. here's the question, why do you feel that americans should have those if your belief is they ju
about the outlook for economy and housing. steve liesman sat down with jeffrey this morning to get his take on the state of the economy and where it might be headed in 2013. joined by steve with fascinating highlight from that. >> thank you, sue. subdued inflation of 1.8%. was he important part lacquer's estimate it would take get to 6.5% o unemployment. you remember, lacquer desentd -- excuse me, what was that? dehe is noted from the meeting. explained this descent. >> it should be clear that this committee is straining. to provide as much stimulus as possible without endangering our price stability. my worry and the reason i descented on this and asset purchases, is that we seem to be test the very limits of that credibility. >> he would prefer -- he upported the dropping of the calendar date but wanted unemployment and labor market to e described in much mor terms rather than quantitative terms. he also suggested that the to be not e needs just for the short term but long-term. charlotte the launchon commerce where we are here, he said cannot assumer spending on the 6% year on ye
altman, former deputy treasury secretary under president bill clinton. die an further got roth. and steve hays is a senior righter at "the weekly standard" and fox news contributor. welcome to all of you. roger, you think this is the real deal? >> well, i think the chances for an agreement, a serious agreement, a major agreement are impositiving as we see these additional details. this is taking the pattern, familiar pattern that one often sees in washington in terms of grudging progress. the two sides each laid out aggressive positions initially from the point of view what they want and now we're seeing some hesitating progress but progress towards a middle ground. and it's a difficult thing. the politics of this are very hard. but i think the chances for an agreement are improving. i think there will be agreement and likely to be before the deadline but we don't know that yet. melissa: we don't know that. diana, still seems like there a lot of distance in the middle between the two sides at this point? >> there really does and dana has gone very far in that tax increase, that tax rate i
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♪ >>> good afternoon, steve mcdonald. chris and i have been friends since we pledged the fraternity at uc berkeley in 1978. i want to first thank chris's family for allowing me the honor of speaking today as we celebrate chris's amazing life. i look at this crowd. i try to figure out how much he achieved so much while making personal and professional connections and lifelong friends all over the world. this beautiful light-filled rotunda is the perfect seting to celebrate chris's life. he was a true renaissance man and offered a lesson in modern day enlightenment to all he met. some say don't sweat the small stuff. chris was successful because he did pay attention to little details and common courtesis that showed the world that he cared. i think the roots of chris's enlightening character were evident when we were undergrads at cal. i would like to share examples. first of all we will start superficially on the topic of fashion. chris like many of our pledge class was from piedmont. i recall thinking what is up with piedmont. the khakis, penny loafers and button-down shirts? chris
of francis alwrote oh, steve chew john tell at a wallet tear newman. second may they rest in pees. meeting adjourned at 713 prime minister. merry christmas and happy new year. >> >> >> frantic shoppers around you may be in need of a break from the festivities and have no fear i will count down the places that will add fun to the madness. if you're in good of a good laugh stop by for free comedy night and food and drink speciallies. come laugh the night away at 8:00 p.m. sharp. after that get your skate grove on in your finest black and white duds. join the godfather of skate and his party crew this thursday at the skate night. skate to the funk and rolear disco and say the words "i love skating" and get a discount at the door. maybe the star party is your cup of tea and socialize and get tips about the night sky and from san francisco's picturesque land's end and the skies the limit. that's the weekly buzz. visit us >> welcome to the beautiful historic tea gardens, the oldest in the united states. this provides visitors from around the world to enjoy the natural beauty, harmony and
challenges. >> we can break that out, absolutely. >> thank you. >> good morning directors, steve with turner construction. another good period of work put in place these last -- this last month. let's see if question get we can get this going. 561,000 craft hours through the end of november/early december. a little more than 11,000 since we last spoke. the hours represent about 160-200 workers in the field on any given day across multiple shifts that we're running. and later in the report, there is a tally. that is over a thousand unique jobs during the transit center construction including utilities. so that is craft people, a thousand craft people having worked or touched this project as reported in the certified payroll system. the sc contractor made their milestone of 162 and actually completed 165 and is on track to finish on on-time. the excavation continues and the rains that we had a week or so ago slowed things down with a little mud at the bottom of the excavation, but it continues to move west to east and under fremont street is the next step. the access trestle
who you've met, lieutenant colonel steve smith. give me one clap. (applause) >> very good. divisional secretary for program and metro coordinator major jack bird. (applause) >> faster, got to be there. harbor light center staff turkey carving producers, we have the harbor light strategic project coordinator who you've seen running around this morning, john mcknight. (applause) >> hey, that's better. from harbor light assistant youth director trey hillary. can't miss him. the tallest guy in the room. maybe second tallest. food service manager shawn bradley who is probably back in the kitchen. let's give it to shawn, right. assistant food manager, anna. all right. (applause) >> and our harbor light residents. [cheering and applauding] >> good, very good. the advisory board, advisory councilmembers who are with us today, harbor light advisory council chairman jim ayers. right over there. (applause) >> harbor light and chinatown core advisory council lilly chin. hey, lilly. chairman of the salvation army metro advisory board and harbor light center advisory councilmember, you all know him
celebrate. thank you. [applause] >> and before we hear from abbey i would like to welcome steve noe from the city college board. >> thank you abbey for giving me an opportunity to speak about milton today. some of you may have heard that city college is facing some troubles; that we are at risk of losing our license to operate a college, and some of you may have heard that there is a -- as there should be -- a cause to save city college, to keep it from going under. what some of you may not know is that milton marks for over a decade on the board was trying to save city college before it became a popular cause, long before it was attention of media attention or the focus of some of the leaders in san francisco. the model of city college of san francisco is the truth may make you free, and for 20 years or so the college lost its way. it stopped abiding by its own motto. fortunately milton often alone fought to have the college stay true to its motto and fortunately filton -- milton was the perfect person to carry out that mission. when i first met milton he just wanted to talk and i
, always, and that's the milton marks i will remember. thank you. [applause] >> thank you steve. now really a pleasure and honor to welcome abbey marks. abbey levinson marks and i can say that my mom for those that don't know introduced abbey and million dollarson to each other. she didn't do that often but she had that feeling. abbey thanks for having us here and we're happy to bring us to a concluding thought and memory of your own about milton. [applause] >> thank you all so much for being here today. i would like to think wherever he is milton is getting to take this all in. all of you remembering him, your stories about him, this tribute to him. he would have loved it and he would have loved it was in this place, in city hall. over the years we met up after work when he was here for a meeting or get things signed and i loved walking through the halls with him and he would tell me whose offices were where and san francisco names he and his family knew l he point d out things i wouldn't notice in the building. we would run into people that knew him and stop to chat or talk a
. these are the two officers, matt cloud and steve gritch, both from the bayview department. at 2 a.m. they were called about a woman bleeding outside the providence shelter on third and mckinnon. when they approached they didn't find the woman but, instead were flagged down by a man cradling a newborn baby. that baby was not responsive. these officers are both fathers and knew that the baby wouldn't make it if they didn't act. the ambulance they called could take 15 minutes to arrive so instead officer cloud drove to the hospital while officer grit ch performed cpr. >> having two young children i know what a baby should look like when it's first born and this baby, there was no movement, no screaming, no crying. >> as we were driving there, i wasn't really worried about it yet, you know, i was kind of focused on it. when we got here, i lost it. >> and the baby is okay. he was treated at san francisco general hospital. as for the mother, she was later found and also treated and will likely be charged with abandonment. these officers are being hailed as heroes and they both cried after it was al
to own assault weapons. news4's steve handelsman took an eye-opening visit to a northern virginia gun store today. >> reporter: at a gun shop in chantilly, virginia, tim was shooting an assault-style rifle like the one used. tim opposes any new bans. >> basically you are punishing with the ban on the law-abiding citizens. the law still says i can own an assault weapon. >> new york mayor michael bloomberg is leading the push to change federal laws, to curb new sales of assault weapons and large-capacity clips. >> this is an outrage. we are killing each other, we're the only industrialized country in the world doing it. >> reporter: in connecticut sunday president obama vowed action, but nothing specific. >> in an effort aimed at preventing more tragedies like this. >> reporter: hundreds today went to the nra office in washington demanding more gun control, and a staunch nra backer joined the call. west virginia democratic senator joe manchin, as avid hunter, backed bloomberg. >> i don't know of anybody those hunting with an assault rifle. >> gun enthusiast angela brandon is thinking ab
to question the rights to own assault weapons. steve handlesman joins us. >> doreen, thanks. the store i went to in fairfax, a lot of people in to see and to buy military style weapons before they figure they might not be able to. at a gun shop? chanel tilly, virginia today, tim was shooting his mini 14, an assault-style rifle. tim opposes any new bans. >> basically a punishing with a ban on it punishing law-abiding citizens. the law still says i can own an assault weapon. why can't i own it as long as i'm doing the right thing with it. >> mayor michael bloomberg is leading the push to change laws to curb new sales, and large-capacity clips. >> this is an outrage. we are killing each other, and we're the only industrial oozed country in the world doing it. >> reporter: in connecticut sunday, president obama vowed action, but nothing specific. >> in an effort aimed as preventing more tragedies like this. >> reporter: hundreds today went to the in. ra office in washington demanding more gun control, and a staunch nra backer joined the call. west virginia democratic senator joe manchin, an avid
for you, steve, is why does this have to be political? why can it not just be a bipartisan, all encompassing, american dialogue, which leads in the end to pragmatic solution? >> i agree with your last statement, absolutely, piers. in fact, our group is a single issue non-partisan group. we have independents, democrats, and republicans on our board and in our membership, and most are elected officials. we actually do take that position. >> do you agree with universal background checks? >> universal background checks? >> yes. >> you know we have the criminal background check in place. >> right, but that only applies to 60% of gun sales. do you agree with covering the other 40% of gun sales with background checks? >> we agree that disqualified individuals should not have access to firearms. >> so you agree with the background checks that would be -- >> are you going to let me finish? please, please. >> let me ask you, give me one good reason why there shouldn't be 100% background checks on all gun transactions in america. give me a good reason. >> it's literally impossible, piers,
from perfume to children's toys, but which may also be causing birth defects. but first, steve kroft's story on the enormous amount of money being spent to treat people as they approach the end of their lives. how much money? well, in 2009, medicare paid $55 billion for doctor and hospital bills for patients as they approached the last two months of life. to give you some perspective, that's more than the budget for the department of homeland security or the department of education. and as we reported in 2009, most of those bills were paid for by the government with few or no questions asked and with an estimated 30% of the treatments having no meaningful impact. >> ms. klish, it's dr. byock. >> marcia klish is either being saved by medical technology or being prevented from dying a natural death. >> we're just here checking on you. >> she's been unconscious in the intensive care unit at dartmouth hitchcock medical center in lebanon, new hampshire, for the better part of a week. one of her doctors, ira byock, told us it costs up to $10,000 a day to maintain someone in the icu. >> thi
-- >> president chiu: thank you very much. thank you. thank you. next speaker. >> good evening. my name's steve and i'm a passionate cyclist as well as a father living on scott and fell. and the reason this needs an environmental impact report is because already, the environment has become hostile. because all the neighbors and business owners know i'm a cyclist i hear every day the grievances how this is a serious negative impact on their lives, on the ability to live in the neighborhood, not only for customers and parking, but for dealing with picking up kids, dealing with even environmental reasons like sound. my house now used to have cars parked out there, they were a nice buffer, now there's a ricochet of a wall blasting on my window. i think i'll stick with the environmental issues because there's a better plan -- i mean the other plans were drawn up to benefit cyclists. i'm a cyclist -- cycling first. this is a four lane freeway, cars going faster, they're using ann and scott on fell cars flip-flop immediately. we have 10 cars -- it's probably the craziest design i've ever seen and by f
spread to the south. 5:00 steve paul -- paulson will be here tracking the rain. notice the bulk of the action as we do head into the afternoon does gradually drift to the south. by late in the afternoon into the the evening hours we could have some breaks in the action. but the main event will be in the next eight hours. mainly in the upper 50s. a little bit warmer on your monday compared to today. we have a lot to talk about. there's a slight chance of a sprinkle for tuesday but the main event, the biggest weather headline for tuesday, wednesday very cold temperatures with overnight lows. we could be talking about frost. rainfall redevelops by thursday. showers likely for friday with your weekend always in view. we're not going to clear things out yet. rain chances by sunday. multiple storms to track, keep the umbrella on stand by for the next week or so. >>> some kids in san francisco today experienced about the closest thing you can in the city any way to a snow day. for the third year in a row the city and county of san francisco sponsored a holiday snow park for families. t
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to help her young students deal with this tragedy. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, no matter what happens, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense, from td ameritrade. she is an incredible person. and i'm so blessed to be her dad. >> that was robbie parker talking about his daughter emilie who was 6 years old, she died on saturday. the family meeting tonight with president obama at the school. from the president of the united states, friends or houses of worship here, members of this community are seeking solace all weekend. this morning, some of the children survived the shooting, went to sunday school just like they did every week, it sounds like a simple thing, wasn't simple or easy for anyone. not for the children or their tea
of the connecticut shooting tragedy. good afternoon. i'm steve sanders. and i'm dina bair. we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web. investigators are working around-the-clock searching for answers. authorities are looking for clues. the 20 year-old took his own life as police responded to the school. in a news conference just a few moments ago state police say the investigation could take months. >> we did see a significant evidence. we are analyzing and will analyze. it is a very painstaking process. arrangements are being made to move furniture and supplies from that school to a new location so that glasses can resume. there's a story behind every life taken. little by little we are finding out more about the victims. two of the 26 victims from the school are being laid to rest there. as we mourn their death we're learning more about some of them. >>charlotte daniel, olivia, >> president obama reads a first names of the 20 children killed. we now know so much more about some of them. 6 year old jack pinto loved sports. especially football. hi
announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba divi the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the marke he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, o matter what happens, which isn't rocket scien. it's just common nse, from td ameritrade. liz: triple digits, we are up 100 points for the dow jones industrials. look at what is brewing higher. here's what is happening. a company is buying this, take it public. we are up a penny above that right now. a big move for caribou. but a huge move, looking at the fox 50 looking very healthy as well. s&p 500, up 16, the nasdaq, david, let me just get over to you. david: we are kidding, we're kidding. $13 to 38 is the high of the day. what a nice turnaround. lot of people wondering how in the virtual stocks would the market. let's go to nicole petallides at the nyse right now. apple stocks in the beginning of the day there were some negative moments,
to keep steve alive rather than running away. he let her bed for her life, right about 10 steps, then shot and killed her in the back. he killed a mother in front of two children. but both of the children in icu. he wounded a police officer and ultimately took his own life. when we picked up the pieces and my dad was able to heal, we looked at this man -- not only did he had a restraining order, he been arrested multiple times for fighting police officers. he had been discharged from the military and legally owned three guns and multiple extended magazines and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. they were in his name. we pick ourselves up and started working on this issue proactively since then. we realized how stark and lacks our gun laws are in this country become so your response, a christian, when you heard the news of the sandy hook elementary school massacre, and what you think needs to be done. >> unfortunately, our movement is comprised of many victims of gun violence. the first thing you do is, we feel the pain. we are brought back to that day, as some americans -- 34 americans are
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they are capable of doing. well, you're right about that. steve from arizona says, "i think the republicans are taking the wrong approach. they should give into the president, wait four years to run the same campaign president obama ran. their plan did not work." finally, tonight, more unintended consequences of tax hikes. one of france's best known actor
that we'll see something come of this. >> bret: it may also be a watershed moment, steve, on the mental illness side of the coin. we haven't talked a lot about that as a nation. but some people today are talking about that a lot more than they ever have. >> well, if we do have that kind of broad commission take a look at this and say, look, normally i'm skeptical of these kinds of commissions coming out of washington, they're an excuse not to get something done rather than to have a serious conversation about important issues, but i think in this case we could have that kind of conversation potentially, through a commission, but it would have to include those kinds of issues, i mean, we've seen as we've discussed a little bit earlier, again and again and again, signs and warnings repeatedly again and again, people, parents who have cried out and said that they want assistance, that they want help and unable to get it. that has to be part of this discussion, particularly if we learn more about adam lanza and the problems that he may have had. >> charles? >> i think if you put lieberman a
. this one is from steve baco @stevebaco87. he would love if you could shed some light on how to play stocks such as limited brands when they announce the special dividend and the stock drops. you're getting the dividend. there's no real edge to it. if you liked the stock before, you should buy more of it if you like it. it's just -- they just deduct the price of dividend from the stock. so it's not like the stock's been hammered. it's just you've got it in a return to you. but i do like limited very much, and i think it's a buy. maybe that's the most important thing. here's a tweet from manny. he asks, hey, jim, with soda, soda stream getting to the super bowl in a big advertising push, do you see this as a buy, buy, buy? very controversial stock. this is a trading vehicle, i'm always reluctant to say buy it because then the next thing i know someone says listen, they can't maintain the gross margins, but i think it's probably a trade into the super bowl. i'm just not crazy about it. why? because i'm conservative. and i'm not trying to shoot the lights out. not in this environment. in this
of the examples taking place nationwide. joining me to talk more about this, steve perry, the founder and principal of capital prep school in connecticut, and i'm also joined by renowned mental health expert, psychologist, jeff gardere, also an msnbc news contributor. good to have you here. the kids where you are in newtown are not in school, in fact, they are burying two of their own, two of the 6-year-olds that were lost on friday. millions of parents today are bringing their kids back to school, left with a lot of questions and concerns, wondering is this school going to be safe for them. my sister called me today, my niece and nephew had a lot of questions. she was trying to reassure them and she's left with a heavy heart but she said she was assured by people like you coming on tv trying to help guide them through what they can talk about. so what are you recommending as parents talk to their kids? >> one of the first things i want people to understand is that your children are safe in school. they had more of a probability of being hurt on the ride to school in the car than they
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